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  • Try Something a Bit Different This St Valentines Day - Vouvray  By : Corina Clemence
    Are you tired of the same old Valentine's Day dozen long-stemmed red roses and box of chocolates and dinners out that make you feel like a gold-fish in a gold-fish bowl. This year do something unique, something different that tells the person you love that you care, and that you took the time to think of something different this year.
  • Exceptional Loire Valley White Wine for Aging  By : Corina Clemence
    Most people are aware of the general rule that white wines should not be aged. For example most Californian wines are meant to be drunk immediately and should never ever be aged. Generally white wines should not be aged because they are low on tannis and it is the tannis present in red wine which allow it to age so comfortably.
  • The Origins of Wine and Winemaking  By : Andrea Flint
    Wine and winemaking has a long and venerable history. When was the first wine made, and by whom?
  • Jack Daniels an American Whiskey  By : Mario
    The Jack Daniel's legend starts with the eponymous founder of the distillery, who allegedly owned his first distillery at the tender age of 13, having learned his skill at the knee of Dan Call
  • Italian Wine Making  By : Mario
    Every year it is very common for Italian wine to be at the top of the pile when it comes to good ranking, not the least of which ranks it as the biggest producer, exporter and consumer of wine in the world. If you consider that Italy is only a few hundred miles smaller than the state of California then this fact here is far more interesting.
  • Jim Beam An American Whiskey  By : Mario
    Jim Beam is one of the big names of bourbon, so there's no surprise to find a big man behind it all. Booker Noe isn't just physically huge, he is one of the foundation stones of the modern industry. Booker is Jim's grandson and still lives in Jim's old house in Bardstown.
  • Four Roses American Whisky  By : Mario
    This bizarre lemon-coloured confection of a Mexican-style ranch seems incongruous with Kentucky's gentle rolling grasslands and tree-lined hollows. Thankfully, master distiller Jim Rutlege is more hospitable than the patriarch in Sam Peckinpah's violent film classic.
  • Wild Turkey American Whisky  By : Mario
    One of the more intriguing aspects of bourbon's revival is the way in which its stubborn old guardians have been proved right. None more so than Wild Turkey's Jimmy Russell. A glance at the Wild Turkey distillery confirms that this place doesn't abide by convention.
  • Finding The Beginnings Of The Jello Shot  By : Mario
    Jello Shots - Back In The Day
    How did anybody back in yester year get their Jello Shot to set properly?
  • The Days When Home Winemakers Were Mere Amateurs Are A Thing Of The Past  By : Donald Saunders
    The original amateur winemaker made wine for the simple joy of doing so and not from any monetary motives. Today, however, despite the fact that many people continue to produce their own wine purely for pleasure, there is usually a monetary element.
  • Beer Boot  By : andrew philip
    Beer boots or Bierstiefeln in German have over a century of history and culture behind them. It is commonly believed that a general promised his troops to drink beer from his boot if they were successful in battle. When the troops prevailed, the general had a glass maker fashion a boot from glass to fulfill his promise without tasting his own feet and to avoid spoiling the beer in his leather boot. Since then, soldiers have enjoyed toasting to their victories with a beer boot.
  • Jello Shot  By : Mario
    Finding the best jello shot or jello shot recipes isn't as easy as you might think this list was compiled to make it easier to make the perfect jello shot.
  • The Best Way To Choose A First-Rate Wine  By : Donald Saunders
    The majority of of us enjoy a good glass of wine but with the hundreds of wines on sale today you have to know just what you are doing in order to separate the wheat from the chaff.
  • Pouring The Perfect Wine Glass 101  By :
    To pour the perfect glass of wine you must take several steps: Temperature Of The Wine: The temperature at which a wine is served makes an immense impact on its taste.
  • Bordeaux - Wine Capital of the World  By : Antonio Bonito..
    The famous French city of Bordeaux is located on the coast of South-West France, in the department of Gironde, and the Region of Aquitaine. In Bordeaux you will encounter the Bordelais (men of the city) and the Bordelaise (their lady counterparts). The city itself is traversed by the large and majestic River Garonne as it makes its way into the sea.
  • Keg Hire is Perfect  By : Peter James..
    Have you found the need to have a party or celebration to get your friends together? Are you looking to hire a keg service to provide your party with drinks? There is a company called Rent A Bar that will be the best choice for you. They have been used for keg hire services for many different types of functions or events. There is no gathering that cannot be made better using Rent A Bar.
  • Wine Gift Giving 101  By :
    Shopping for the populace in your life is by no means easy is it? Of course not, and it seem like the more you care about this person the they are to shop for appropriate? Of course, s what can you get the person who has just about everything? A wine gift wicker basket.
  • Wine Gift Giving 202  By :
    Shopping for the nationality in your life is on no occasion easy is it? Of course not, and it seem like the more you care about this person the harder they are to shop for nondiscriminatory? Of course, s what can you get the person who has just about everything? A wine gift wicker basket.
  • French Wine Can Cost Over 1000 Per Bottle  By : Martyn Davis
    Wine is undoubtedly one of the great national treasures of France, and some of the most expensive in the world, like a vintage Romanee Conti red wine produced in Burgundy can set you back anything upwards of 1,000 for just one bottle.
  • Averys Celebration Of Wine 2007  By : Duncan White
    Averys own biannual tasting, held in our historic cellars has been growing in popularity over the last few years, so much so that we had to triplicate our Christmas tasting last year to accommodate demand.
  • Why Buy From An Online Wine Retailer?  By : Louise Truswell
    When it comes to buying wine there’s a lot of choice out there, with supermarkets, independent wine shops, wine mail order companies and online wine retailers all vying for a share of the market. Recent reports are beginning to suggest that the High Street has seen its heyday, in favour of the Internet.
  • Why Should You Join a Wine Club?  By : Louise Truswell
    Not sure what wines to buy? Looking for a regular supply of wines direct to your door? Wine clubs have become increasingly popular in recent years and offer a number of benefits when it comes to buying wine.
  • Beat The Budget Everyday Of The Week!  By : Fiona Muller
    When it comes to buying wine online, stick to an independent retailer, not only will it save you money, but you will also be able to buy wine that other retailers can only dream about selling.
  • Red Wine – A Classic Taste For Any Time  By : Fiona Muller
    When it comes to buying red wine there are lots of different varieties on the market to choose from. This article gives you a quick overview of the main types of grapes used in red wine production. Hopefully it will help you when you come to buy your next bottle!
  • Virgin Wines’ Discovery Wine Club – The Clever Way To Buy Wine  By : Louise Truswell
    Let’s just say, you’d be crazy not to join the Virgin Wines’ Discovery Wine Club. Boutique wines, a personalised service and all the flexibility from a wine club that you could possibility need. Do you know of any other wine club offering these benefits?
  • Show Me The Sherry!  By : Mark Hooson
    Supermarkets and wine merchants have both reported recent growth in sales of crisp Fino and Manzanilla sherry.
  • Drinking Wine With Friends  By : Fiona Muller
    This article discusses the best wines to drink with friends and suggests wines for certailn occassions. In fact whatever the occasion there will be a wine that is perfect for it.
  • Food And Wine – Red Wine  By : Fiona Muller
    Red Wine is great with a variety of foods. This article gives a few suggestions of wines and foods that go together well. Whatever your favourite food is there is bound to be a wine that goes with it.
  • Summer Ideas With Wine  By : Fiona Muller
    Wine is a great summer drink. In fact it is so versatile that whatever your taste you are bound to find something you like. This article talks about summer wines and give you some tips on using wine in different ways.
  • Why Buy Organic Wine?  By : Louise Truswell
    If there is one form of farming that is suited to being organic, it has to be growing vines. Vines are brilliant because of their hardiness – they’ll flourish in grotty soils and go weeks without rain. But does going organic make a better wine? Read on to find out how organic wines stand apart from normal wines.

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